Tag: Divorce Stress

War or Peace: High-Conflict Divorce

War or Peace: High-Conflict Divorce

Sinta Ebersohn interviews personal conflict coach, Garret Piland, about the wars in high-conflict divorces as they explore ways to resolve these differences and achieve peace in your life. Subscribe to Sinta Ebersohn’s Youtube Channel to view past and future interviews Subscribe to the Fair Divorce Podcast to listen to all her interviews and other discussions. In this recent interview […]

24th September 2021 | By More
Depression & Panic Attacks are different for Men and Women

Depression & Panic Attacks are different for Men and Women

Depression is different for Men & Women What is a Panic Attack? How does Depression manifest in Men and Women? Quite differently indeed. Frans Korb explains in this short video as well as others about the symptoms and treatment of Depression. Read 25 Signs of Emotional Abuse What are Panic Attacks?They are probably one of […]

21st October 2015 | By More
How Does Exercise Relieve Stress?

How Does Exercise Relieve Stress?

When going through divorce, stress levels are extremely high and exercise is a very effective way to relieve that stress, as explained in this article: . . If you don’t have a very active lifestyle, and often feel strangled by stress and depression, you may want to take note. Here are the main ways exercise and […]

20th July 2015 | By More
Your Anxiety Is Killing Your Appetite

Your Anxiety Is Killing Your Appetite

“It is an unpleasant feeling; I want to get rid of it!”— These are often the only words people can express when asked to describe their anxiety. However, anxiety is an emotion that occurs very frequently and it may strongly affect eating behavior. It is not the same as fear, which is an appropriate response […]

14th May 2015 | By More
Effects of stress on your body

Effects of stress on your body

The physical effects of stress can be bad for your health, if you are not aware of the symptoms and manage it properly. Brain: In response to perceived danger, the hypothalamus places an order for stress hormones. Stress triggers the “fight or flight” response that can save you from danger. Prolonged stress can interfere with […]

18th March 2015 | By More